✯⁂★ ~ Drinking bird ~ ★⁂✯ Childhood favorite, now in prims! Adorably cute build that bobs in and out of a glass of water just like a real one!! Ten prims & two mesh become a total of 6 Land Impact when finished. All materials and supplies included!
This class was taught for first time April 26, 2016 at Happy Hippos.
About the Sources:
I started trying to make a drinking bird February 9, 2009, but couldn’t figure out how to move it and it stuck in my inventory ever since. Then in January 2016 Shermira Atlass brought a sample that she had made and offered it as a class … So I merged the two together, made meshes, textures and worked on the script, and here you have it… The drinking bird!!
✯⁂★ ~ Panda Talking Pet ~ ★⁂✯ So cute!! Mesh and plain prims – very easy class, makes an adorable panda to wear on shoulder or head. When done, the panda tells random jokes from a notecard. Scripting learners please note this is using the rare and puzzling dataserver event! All materials and supplies included !!
✯⁂★ ~ Random Butterfly Flowers ~ ★⁂✯ for home, garden or hat! Five Prims, 1 sculpty & 4 tortured prims create a lovely flower that shrinks huge or tiny – emits random Monarch butterflies – can be worn or used in your garden. The emitter is touch on/off, owner-only with how all that works clearly explained. All materials and supplies included!
✯⁂★ ~ Lighted Helmet ~ ★⁂✯ Eight prims of pure sphere and torus torture! Touch on/off for light and texture change. Perfect for those hard days in the prim mines. Pose stand work for humanoids, tinies and petites. All materials and supplies included !!
✯⁂★ ~ Groucho Glasses ~ ★⁂✯ Just in time for April Fools, make the perfect disguise. Pose stand work for humanoids, tinies and petites. All materials made by Flea Bussy. This class hasn’t been taught in 5 years, don’t miss it this time! All materials and supplies included !!
Due to last week’s major problems with connectivity … this week (March 22 & 24) is SPRING BREAK!! Wish me a happy 9th Anniversary of Teaching in SL on 27th of March … at least one class a week (mostly more) with a couple short breaks here and there – more than made up for by double and triple teaching other classes!